Director | Miscellaneous Crew | Assistant Director
According to DeWitt Bodeen in a November 1981 issue of "Films in Review", he only heard Cukor complain about the imperfections of actresses three times: Spring Byington in Little Women (1933), Anouk Aimée in Justine (1969), and Gina Lollobrigida in ...
. . . you direct a couple of successful pictures with women stars, so you become a "woman's director" . . . Direct a sentimental little picture and all you get is sob stuff. I know I've been in and out of those little compartments. Heaven knows ...
Directed many adaptations of books and plays and was known to be particularly skilled at interpreting stage plays for the screen.
George Dewey Cukor
Lower East Side, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Beverly Grove, Los Angeles, California, USA
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